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Fine Hat or Necktie.
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
FRIDAY, FEU. 24, 1888.
1M 21 r, ,.
Ilklnc Mary Wlnkclinan from San 1 ran-
elsco . ,
Solir Ke An Hon from Lahalua
Sohr Waiolt from Kimu
Sclir Kaiilkcaoull from Kohala
Whaler Wanderer from San Frnnclsco
Stmr.T A Cummins from Koolau
VESSELS. LEAVING TO-MORROW.
IJctnc J D Spreckch for Han Francisco
liktno Dlscovorv for San Fianclsco
Sclir Waioll for Kuan
Stmr Iwalani for Lahauisi ami llama
kna at 8 a ui
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Waltll 1,000 bags sugar.
VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S Vandalln, Hear Admiral Klmbcily
U S a Marlon, Dyer
JJk Lady llarcwood, Williams
Ilk i "olusa, Hackers
Bk Saiauac, Shaw
Bgtuo ,f D Sprcckch, Fills
Bktno DUoovery, McNeil
Bk D 0 Bryant, J.cc
VESSELS EXPECTED FROM FOREIGN
II Xclths M'b Zllveron Kiuls, Joeke,
from S America due Mar l-ilO
Am bark Will W Case, Robertson,
from San Francisco, due at Kaliulul,
Jan 2-15 , , , ,
BUMS Tsukuba, from Tahiti, due
Ger bark Doutchland, from Bremen,
sailed October 28th, due Feb 1-20
Am bk Martha Davis, F M Benson,
from Boston, due Mar 1
Am ship Mystic Belle, Cooke, from
New York, due March 1-20
Brit bk St Thomas Bell, sailed from
Caidiff , October 22d, duo March 1-20
Brit bk Natalia, sailed fiom Liver
pool, Nov 20th, due Mar 5-31
Am bktno Eureka, Meyers, from San
Francisco", due Jan t-10
Am bark CO W bihnorc, from Port
Towusend, due Jan 20-31.
U S S Adams from Samoa, due Feb
Am bk Edward May, Johnson, from
Hongkong, due Jan 20-31.
Am bktne Huttlc S Bangs, Bangs,
from Hongkong, due Feb 1-fl.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Company D of the Honolulu Rifles
will drill this evening.
A jiail for San Francisco will be
dispatched from the Post Oflice, at 11
a. m. to-morrow.
The annual statistical report of the
Custom House will be out by the
first of March.
A nicely furnished cottage within
ten minutes walk of the Post Ollicc
is advertised to let.
The Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society will meet to-morrow evening
at the residence of Dr. Hyde.
The repairing of the wharf at the
entrance of the P. M. S. S. wharf is
proceeding very slowly.
The calendar of the Fourth Judi
cial Circuit court hold on Kauai is
published in full on tho fouith pago
of. this issue.
Mn. Geo. V. Macfarlane, assisted
by Mr. Robert Cation, is tho autho
rised agont of Mirrlces, Watson fe
Co., of Scotland.
The whaler Wanderer, 31'days out
from San Ffancisco, arrived off 'port
this morning to get her letters. She
sails for the Artie to-morrow. .
Mu. Jas'. P. Morgan will sell at
public auction at his salesroom at 12
noon to-morrow, ono family horse,
ono top buggy and ono set of single
Pakticui.aub of a comfortablo
dwelling houso and adjoining lands,
and now in tho market ''to let," may
may bo had on application to Mr. J.
M. Monsarrat, Merchant street.
The cargo for Honolulu that was
on the S. S. City of New York when
she last came hero from China, and
which was taken on to San Fran
cisco, came by tho barkentine Mary
.. The Holstein ca'ttlo for Mr. II. J.
Agnow arrived this morning, by the
Mary Winkolnian. Tho Mary Win
kelniau is under command of Dear
borg, Hlako being out, and is 10 days
from San Francisco.
A kooiai. will bo given by tho
Young 1'eoplo'n Society of Christian
Endeavor this ovoning-in tho parlors
of, tho Central Union Ohuroli, to
which not only tho members aro in
vited lnit also all tho young peoplo of
The British hark Lady Hurcwood
has had troublo with hor Japanese
crow, since the day of her arrival
hero. Night beforo last at about 11
o'clock tho last of thqm got up and
dusted, Thoy took no baggage and
were searched by tho Customs guard
as thoy camo ashore
The Literary and Debating Club
mot last evening in tho hall of Oaliu
Lodge K. of P.t for its llrst debate.
" Education as a preventive- of
crimo" was tho Biibject of debate,
BJr. John F.,Sniith led in tho aflirni
atjvoand Mr, H, flimn tho negative.
Several gentlemen tpok jiarj. in tho
discussion. Mr. II. AdaniB engaged
to proparo an essay on "Stagnation
. in trade, its caubcs and euro," for tho
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
Full Dress White Yosts.
Mn. Win. Hulslcnd will present lo
Hawaiian leaders, to-nionow, u
novel, tianslntcd from English, ami
full of Wood, thunder and gull.
A iom seaif-pin. found ul thu Hi
lies' aimoiy tho other nighl,has been
brought to tho HuixirriN ollko by
tho Under, whcic the owner can call
and get it.
Tin: sporting editor of tho "Chinch
Chronicle" found n diamond pin at
tliq llillo lion Wednesday evening. Ho
also found the young lady owner,
who on lcooveritig tho pin, thanked
tho young editor and said bho would
carvo his nninc in tho Wall of her
The Koynl Hawaiian Baud will
play tho following programme at a
moonlight conceit to be given at
Thomas Square this (Friday) even
ing, commencing at 7 :30 o'clock:
MarchThe Band's coming Schlld
Overture Tancreill Bosiul
BolonaUe Brilliant Rossini
Selection Faust, (by icqiicst).. Gounod
Keiiiinlsecnees.of nil nations... Godfrey
Waltz llluc Danube .Strains
Galop Hit and Mis llervo
THE NEW YORK ALMANAC.
The New York Almanac issued
by the New York Life Insurance
Co. of which Sir. C. O. Uerger is
the agent for these Islands is not
only a complete calendar but con
tains a largo amount of interesting
reading matter, both original and
selected, also valuable hints to peo
ple seeking insurance. The bqok is
handsomely printed on line book
paper and beautifully illustrated.
Copies of this Alumnae can be had
upon application to Mr. C. O.
Berger, Agent for New York Life
Insurance Co., Merchant street.
HAWAIIAN ANTI-ASIATIC UNION.
On account of tho large number
of candidates who seek for admis
sion to the Hawaiian Anti-Asiatic
Union, it has been decided that
henceforth no person will be received
if his name has not previously been
proposed anil handed in in clue time to
the board by some member of tho
Union. All members who have can
didates to nominate for admission
will consequently please hand in
their names not later than 7 l. at.,
Monday next,-(Fcbruary 27, 1888).
Nominations made later than this
date will'have to be deferred until
the following week.
SUPREME COURT SPECIAL TERM.
BEFORE .TUDD, C. J., MC'CUMA', IUIKS
TON AND IlICKEUTON J. J.
Friday, Feb. 21, 1888.
The Court opened at 10.05 a. in.
Bando matters for hearing; and at
11.03 a. m. is adjourned sine die.
Geo. W. Willfong vs. J. II. Paty
and Samuel Parker. Bill to have
certain shares of stock returned, ar
gued and submitted.
Plaintiff's appeal of Nov. 18th,
1887, from a judgment of Judd C.
J., at Chambers, in favor of defend
ant's, upon mastois' and defendants'
reports and defendant's exceptions.
' POLICE COURT.
Friday, Feb. 21th.
Ah Why vs. Wang Wo; W. II.
Sea for plaintiff ; J. A. Magoon for
defendant. Replevin for the pos
session of tins of opium; judg
ment for plaintiff.
ft-v. CKIMINAI. CASES.
Two Chinamen, a native Hawai
ian and a wahinc, assault on a
Chinaman. Antono Rosa, W. It.
Castle and Achi for defendants ;
Kinney to assist the crown. Case
. JOINED IN WEDLOCK.
Last Monday evening, February
20th, at the residence of the parents
Ululani, Kulaokaliua plains, Mr.
John Markham was united in the
bonds of matrimony to Miss Anna
Dreler. The ceremony was per
formed by the Bishop of Olba.
Shortly after the ceremony a rc-ception-waB
held, at which a goodly
number tendered their congratula
tions to' tho happy couple.
Among those present were tho
Hon. A. S. Clcghorn, Mr. and Mrs.
Boardman, and the employees of
tho Custom House, Mr. F. A.
Schaefer, Mr. Nakayama and others.
After the reception a magnificent
nnllatinn was snrcad. when tho com
pany 'partook of the good' things
laid beforo them. The houso "nnd
yard were prettily decorated with
Chinese lanterns, Mr. Berger's
string band furnished music for the
occasion. Tho presents were rich
and numerous. Tho company dis
persed shortly after midnight, wish
ing tho happy pair prosperity and
On Tuesday afternoon Mr. and
Mrs. Markham bailed for Kauai in
the steamer Mikahala, there to
spend their honeymoon.
Madrid, Feb. 7. Senor Castclar
created a sensation in Congress to
day by declaring that when the mo
narchy implants democratic reforms
all republicans must servo it.
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JL udvertito in the Daily Bulletin.
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ENTERTAINMENT AT THE Y. M.
C. A. HALL.
The entertainment given to the
employees of the Honolulu Iron
Works and their families by Mr.
Theo. II. Davies, last night, was a
The inoiirammc of exercises was
opened by a few remarks from Mr.
Theo. H. Davies, in which lie ex
pressed in a fuwwords the pleasure it
gave him to meet so many who were
connected with the Iron Works, as
well as their friend, llo then intro
duced the tho Misses Young, who
played a piano duct, which elicited
demonstrations of approval.
Tho "Storm Fiend" was next
sung with very marked effect by
Mr. Collin Jackson, and was en
thusiastically applauded. Mr. Jack
son responded to to encore.
Mr. A. Jcnks very ably sang "The
Anchor is Weighed," which was
received with rounds of applause.
"First in the Field," was sung by
Mr. Swanky ; he was in fine voice,
and his lendering of tills song was
received with bursts of approval.
A comic song by Mr. Holdsworth
was the next ntitnucr on inc pro
gramme, but that gentleman not
being on hand, Mr. Guild was called
and gave a violin solo, in which he
showed considerable skill as a
After the violin solo, Mr. Holds
worth having arrived, was called
upon. He responded to the call,
and sang two comic songs, that kept
the audience in a roar of laughter.
"My Queen" was sung by Miss
Bertha von Holt. Ilcr rendering
of the song was really beautiful.
She responded to an encore 03'
singing, "Someone into the Gardeii
"Forty Years Ago" was very
nicely sung by Mr. Roscwarnc, and
in response to an encore he bang
"When Shall "We bo a King."
"Nothing else to do" sang by Mr.
Davios, and a duct, "Ive Wandered
in Dreams," by the Misses von Holt,
v ore each received with tremendous
Mr. Davic3 then made a short
address to the woikiucn connected
with the Iron Works, in which he
urged on them the necessity of a
tcinncratc and christian life. He
referred to the many temptations in
close proximity to the works, and
implored them to be strong in tho
faith and they would override all
obstacles. After the conclusion of
the addreess, refreshments, consist
ing of ice cream, cakes, sandwiches,
coffee, etc., were handed around to
which justice was done by all pres
ent. The company then dispersed,
loud in their praise of the very suc
cessful manner in which the enter
tainment had been carried out.
NELSON'S "VICTORY" IN DOCK.
Nearly all the ofllcers and
who served under Nelson at Trafal
gar have passed away, but the ship
in which England's greatest admiral
Hew his Hag on tliat memorable daj',
Oct. 21,, 1805, is still afloat, or, to
be strictly accurate, was so until a
few days since, when she was dock
ed at Portsmouth for the purposo of
ascertaining by careful survey the
actual condition of her hull. When,
a short time ago, the historic man-of-war,
while at her moorings in the
harbour, was found to have sprung
a serious leak, it was feared that her
days were numbered. Happily,
however, the Victory, albeit a cen
tenarian for she was in her prime
and had done the State good service
Ions before Nelson hoisted his flag
on her has been found to be so
little damaged that, after receiving
some repairs in dry dock, she will
be able to return to her old position
in the harbour.
Thirty years" have elapsed since
she was last docked, and it was
thought that her hull below tho wa
terline would be in a dirty state.
When, however, the underwater
parts were examined, they were dis
covered to be remarkably clean. A
strip of copper, marked "1828,"
was almost as good as when first
fixed to the sides of tho vessel,
which, by the way, was launched
from Chatham Dockyard on May 1,
17G5. Her framework is in a sur
prisingly fine condition of preserva
tion. She is, indeed, a splendid
specimen of tho constructive skill
and workmanship of the last century.
Tho internal survey has shown that
tho ravages of time are inllnitcsimal-
ly small. The oak, crown in the
New Forest, which forms thu sides
of thu Victory is thoroughly sound.
True, thoro are evidences of decay,
hut they aro for the most part in
tho inner lining, and in no way im
pair tho seaworthiness of tho ship,
which had her baptism of lire as
long ago as 1778, when she was the
flagship of Admiral tho lion. Augus
tus Kcppel. Tho leak, through
which the water rushed with such
alarming rapidity, is believed to
have been caused by tho continual
rubbing of tho cable. In the course
of a few weeks the Victory will have
had her comparatively trifling de
fects made good, after which she
will rcstimo her pride of place afloat,
greatly to tho delight of thp water
men, to whom sle brings a very
jarge number of fares. While in
dock sbe will be sure to attract nu
A Mr. Peakc was master ship
wright of Chatham Dockyard while
tho Victory was in course of con-
Jjoolt nt tho Vino I.Lne of
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
stiuction, and on Christmas morn
ing Mr. S. Poakc Knight, a decen
dant of Mr. Peakc, placed a wreath
of evergreens around the brass plate
on the quarter-deck which niaiks
tho spot where Nelson fell mortally
wounded. Another wreath indi
cates the place where tho great na
val hero, after learning that his fleet
had triumphed, breathed his last.
Thoy arc many relics of interest
still on board. On the port side of
one deck are stowed the sails which
were set at Trafalgar. The foretop
sail was pierced ninety times, and
the mainlopsail sixty times during
the engagement. They have not
been used since the Victory came
home jury-rigged. Under the poop
is the barge in which Lord Nelson's
body was conveyed from Greenwich
to Somerset House, en route to St.
Paul's Cathedral. This boat was
built in tho reign of George III.,
and was used by His Majesty dur
ing his visits to Weymouth. It is
owing to the forethought of the
Queen that tho barge is now on
board, it having been presented by
the Sovereign in order that it might
be placed there. Hung up in the
wardroom is a copy of the prayer
which was offered by the great com
mander on tho morning of his last
battle, this having been contributed
by Adniral Sir George Willes, K.
C. B., Commander in-Chief at Ports
mouth. A CIRL WITH A BRIGHT IDEA.
Her hair was always flying about
In a way thatwiis quite distressing;
So to keep It in place and away from her
She gave It a mucilage dressing.
'Twas a blight idea, ami the little girl
Then suddenly stopped, aud said,
In a tone of surprise, "Why, Iean'tshut
And something seems wrong with my
Ever since then this dear little girl
Has been a lit object for pity,
With her wide-open eyes, her look of
And the funniest hair in the city.
It bristles In such a ridiculous way
That she eau't tic licr hat, nor yet pin
For perched in the air on the cuds of
It won't stay hi place for a minute.
And If she goes out on the street for a
The people she meets stop and state.
'Just look at her ej-es!" each one of
And, "What very remarkable hair!"
She declares she would rather not have
Though, she knows even then she'd
But she'd rather be bald than always be
The girl with the bright idea.
MESSRS. HART & CO.,
Of tho "Elite Ice Cream
Gentlemen: We, a committee ap
pointed by Company A of the Honolulu
Itnles to provide refreshments for our
last night's "Hop," express voluntarily
our entire satisfaction with your fine
supply of Ice Cream, Cakes, Lemonade,
Sandwiches, etc., etc. Our guests and
members relished all those good tilings;
which speaks for itself.
It will give us gre'at pleasure to re
commend your services on future occa
sions. We are respectfully,
W. C. WILDER, Sergeant,
A. YOUNG, Jit., Private,
P. B. JlcSTOCKER, Private.
Honolulu, II. I., Teh. 23, 1888.
TAGE. miUbla fr u
3 small family, beautifully
louiteil on Nuuanu Avenue, not ten
minutes' walk from tliu Post Olllio. A
rnru chance. Iuqulro at '
74 tf GUI.ICK'd AGENCY.
WE beg to iiitiniHte (hit Mr. W. L.
Grieu who hiu hitherto, with
Mr. G. W. Macfarlane, conducted our
agency hcrf, retires fiom tho same us
on 1st January, 1SW.
Mr. Gt. W. Macfarlane,- assisted by
Mr. Robcit Cattou, Mill continuo to
represent our linn here.
MIRRI.EES, WATfON & CO.
Honolulu, 2Urd February, 1868.
73 tf '
VNE LACE PIN, cluster of Garnetf,
S nt iho limes Armory Iuhi ingin
to thf ollicc
MR. John Hajoon Is authorized to
collect for our account, and sign
DROWN &, CO.
Jau. 10, 1883.
TPHE PEOPLES'. PAPER
X Pally Uullclln 60 els per month.
A Flno I.luo of
Ladies' & Misses' Shoes,
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
T7RESH, HOME-MADE WAL
X? nut Creams 1 educed to :'.0 cent's
per whole pound, nt the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory and Bakery, Hotel, be
tween Nuuanu and Port streets. 71
I?RESH, HOME-MADE CHO
7 eolate anil Cocoauut Uaiamels re
duced to 30 cents per whole pound, at
the rtonecr Steam Candy factory and
llakcry, Hotel, between Nuuanu and
Port streets. 71
PURE, FRESH, HOME-MADE
nnd Vanilla Chocolate Crcams(di
llclous) reduced to 110 eenH per whole
pound, at the Pioneeii Steam Candy
Pactoiiv And Hakeiiy, Hotel, iie
tween Nuuanu and Pout stiieets.
FINEST BRANDS OF CALI-
lorum Poll, Maitciia and Malaga,
for sale In kefM and en-t)s by
QONSALVES & CO.,
01 Queen street.
RYAN'S BOAT BTJILDrNG
SHOP. Kear of Lucas' Mill.
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
J rooms. No. 4 Garden Lane, tlic
second door fronitUulun street.
on the premises.
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
c.lotUing will be gratefully leeelv
cil for thu ubo of tho inmates of tho
Brnucli Hospital for Lepers at Kukaako,
or nt the Leper Sittlmcut on Molokni,
if left with J. T. "Walurhouse, jr., at the
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
On account of depatlure,
Family Carriage Horse,
Harness and Wagonette,
One Hiding Horse.
1 Lady's Side Saddle and
For Si teMisco.
The Al B-irktntine
Will sail on or about the 25th Inst., foi
San Francisco. For freight or passage
78 at H. HACKFELD & CO.
Tho Al Steamship '
Will tall for Hongkong and Yokohama
'on or about tho 28th of this month.
For freight or passage having superior
accommodations applv to
73 6t H. HACKFELD & CO.
The busiiHGS of the late
Will bo conducted by tho undorsijncd
executors of the will of the
deceased, until the
IininpK, ISte., late..
-19 niBl'OSKD Ol'1-
Everything will bo sold at Cost
Thus affording houtekeepera nnd
others a rare opportunity ofrc
plenishing or rcnowing these neces.
6ti ry household articles at email ex.
peine. They will also sell at public
auction sometime next week dale
to be niinounoM in a future Ihsiio
at the lato rcudeuco of the deccasid
on Queen street, near the corner of
Alukea, thu entire couUnts of tho
Fernery and Conservatory
larTlicm Is ft gardener in dally at.
tendance ami public liL-pectlou la cor
L. A. TIIUKSTON,
ExccutorH of tho Will.
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Remember the above
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58 Opposite Irwin & Co.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
No. 85 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Expert Accountants and Collectors, Real Estato, Firo & Life Insuranoo
Agents, Custom-House, Loan and Exchange Brokers.
Departments of Business.
Books and Accounts accurately l;cpi nnd properly adjusted.
Collections will receive special attention nirl returns promptly made.
Convoyancing' a Specialty. Iticonls searched nnd correct Abstract! of Title
Legal Documents and Papers of every description carefully drawn and hand.
Copying and Translating in all laugunues m genetal mc ia this Kingdom.
Real Estate bought and sold. Tnxcs raid and Properly safely insured.
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Offices and Land leased aud rentul, and rents collected.
Fire and Life Insurance effected in flrat-class Insurance Companies.
Custom-House Business transacted with accuracy and dispatch.
Loans negotiated at favorable rates.
Advertisements and Subscriptions solicited for Publishers.
Any Article purchased or sold on most favorable terras.
Inter-Island Orders will receive particular attention.
Egr All Businoss cnlrustod to our care will rocoivo prompt and faithful attention at
Having had an extensive biibiucss experience for ocr twenty.five years in
New York City and elsewhere, wo feel competent to attend to all business of an
intricate and complicated nature, or requiring tact and discretion, and respectfully
solicit a tilal.
Bell Telephone No. 274. XItwvuii1t.11 X5uniiics Affeney.
ian. 7.88 ly
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LEWBS & CO 1 1 1 FORT.
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IK GROCERIES & PROVISIONS.
FUESII GOODS from California on ICE, by each steamer of ihc O. S. B. Co.
. A COMI'LUTIS LINE OV
CROSSE &. BLACKWELL, AND J. T. MORTON'S GOODS ALWAYS
jubt iu:ci:ivi:d hx "zealakdia"
A FINE LOT OF "NEW ZEALAND," "KIDNEY" AND "BLUE DERWENT" POTATOES.
A Very Choice Lot of W. Z. ' Taranaki Butter,"
All of which we offer to the PuUliu at TiEASONABLE PRICES.
Fresh New Zealand Butler, ON ICE, In 1 Pouud Pats !
By rach arrival from New Zealand SOMETHING FINE.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM EUROPE,
ORE OF THE FINEST LINES OF
EMBROIDERIES, LACES & CURTAINS,
EVER SHOWN IN IIONOL.UJLU.
Just Received at HoBiister & Go.'s
A, largo assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
$5.00 REDUCED TO $2.50.
mentioned, articles will be sold
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